Representing exporter companies from various sectors such as white appliances, electronics, power generation and distribution equipment and cables, Electric Electronics and Service Exporters' Association (TET) continues its researches on the new markets. TET organized a trade mission to Dominican Republic and Panama for the purpose of finding new opportunities in the Latin American market. 21 representatives from 15 companies in the sector joined the trade mission.

The first stop of the delegates was Dominican Republic. In the meetings in which attended by Pedro Perez- Chairman Santo Domingo Chamber of Commerce, Ginia Valenzula-Chairman Dominican Chamber of Trade, Industry and Tourism, Aydin Evirgen- Turkish Republic Ambassador in Dominican Republic and Katrina Naut- General Manager from the Dominican Republic Ministry of Foreign Trade, attended Turkish companies held 64 bilateral meetings with Dominican companies with high import potential. Representatives from the leading companies of the country such as Edenorte, Edesur, Edeeste, Tecno Electric, Electro and Nautica also attended the meetings.


Companies from the sector visits Panama for the first time thanks to TET's organization.

TET Board of Directors and representatives of companies held meetings with 56 companies in Panama that was the next stop after Dominican Republic. Electric-electronic sector delegates coming together for the first time with this trade mission organized by TET in Panama that draws attention as the most open economy of Latin America. In the meetings held with Morabia Guerrero- President of Panamanian Association of Business Executives (APEDE), Sanivar Olgun- Turkish Ambassador in Panama and Gabriel Cedeno- Vice Minister of Foreign Affair, it was emphasized that this first trade mission is an important step taken towards improving the relationship between Panama and Turkey. Meetings were held with the pioneer companies in the country such as Panama Pacifico, Puma, Ameco, Ring Ring Energy.